Part of the In Conversation With ... series
A conversation about learning in law in the 21st Century: the world; Australia; and ANU
David Boud is Professor and Director of the Centre for Research in Assessment and Digital Learning, Deakin University, Melbourne and Research Professor in the Institute for Work-Based Learning, Middlesex University. He is Emeritus Professor at the University of Technology, Sydney and a Senior Fellow of the Australian Learning and Teaching Council (National Teaching Fellow).
David has been involved in research and teaching development in adult, higher and professional education for over 30 years and has contributed extensively to the literature particularly in the area of assessment and learning. Recent books include (with various others): Rethinking Assessment for Higher Education: Learning for the Longer Term, and Feedback in Higher and Professional Education (both London: Routledge).
Professor Paul Maharg is the author of ‘Transforming Legal Education: Learning and Teaching the Law in the Early Twenty first Century’ and has published widely in the fields of legal education and professional learning design.
Dr Chris Trevitt has been actively involved in educational development since 1996. His enduring interests in practice-based continuing professional learning, and assessment for learning, have contributed to the development and enhancement of a number of programs at the ANU College of Law, particularly the emerging JDO.